English Causative Sentences: Active And Passive Causatives (English Daily Use) (Volume 6)

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What are "Causative Sentences"?
Causative Sentences -- HAVE
Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure
Structure 1(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure
Structure 2(A) ---- Active Causative Structure
Structure 2(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure
Structure 3(A) ---- Active Causative Structure
Structure 3(B) ---- Passive Causative Structure
Causative Verb 'Have' and Tense Change
Causative Sentences -- GET
Structure (1) ---- Active Causative Structure
Structure (2) ---- Passive Causative Structure
Causative Sentences -- MAKE
Causative Sentences -- LET
Causative Sentences -- HELP
Sentences with Verb 'Cause'
Other 'Causative Verbs'
Use of 'Modal Verbs' with Causative Verbs
Exercises: 1(A) and 1(B)
Exercises: 2(A) and 2(B)
Exercises: 3(A) and 3(B)
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What are "Causative Sentences"?

In a causative, a person or thing does not perform an actiondirectly. The subject (person or thing) causes it to happen by forcing,persuading, assisting, etc. an agent (another person or thing) toperform it. The subject (person or thing) does not carry out an actiononeself but rather has the action done by an agent (another person orthing).

Examples:
Faulty design caused a bridge to collapse.
Modern lifestyles cause children and adults to spend most of their time indoors.
Rain caused water to collect on the road.
She caused needle to run.
Causative verbs - Have, Get, Make, Let, Help -- Comparison
Causative 'Have' has less force and authority than Causative 'Get'.
Causative 'Get' has less force and authority than Causative 'Make'

Causative Verb 'Have' -- used to express "arrangement/duty/responsibility" [Less Forceful]
Causative Verb 'Get' -- used to express "encouragement/persuasion". [Forceful]
Causative Verb 'Make' -- used to express "compulsion/insistence/requirement" [Most Forceful]
Causative Verb 'Let' -- used to express "permission". [No Force]
Causative Verb 'Help' -- used to express "assistance". [No Force]

Causative 'Have' is more formal than causative 'Get'.
In the imperative form, causative 'Get' is more frequent than causative 'Have'.
Types of Causative Verbs
Causative structures are of two types -
(1). 'Active' in Nature - (Done By Somebody/Something)
(2). 'Passive' in Nature - (Done To Somebody/Something)
Passive causatives are used to take attention away from the doer ofthe action, and give more attention to the action being done.

ALSO NOTE:
"Have somebody do something" is more common in American English.
"Get somebody to do something" is more common in British English.

All causative verbs are transitive.
CAUSATIVE VERB - HAVE
Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure

Subject + Have (Causative Verb) + Agent (Someone/Something) + Base Form of Verb + Object (Someone/Something)

Example: I have him take my photograph. (Present)
Explanation:
I arrange for my photograph to be taken by him.
[I cause him to take my photograph.]
Therefore, this is like active causative structure.

Example: I had him take my photograph. (Past)
Explanation:I arranged for my photograph to be taken by him.
[I caused him to take my photograph.]
Therefore, this is like active causative structure.

Example: I will have him take my photograph. (Future)
Explanation:
I will arrange for my photograph to be taken by him.
[I will cause him to take my photograph.]
Therefore, this is like active causative structure.

OTHER EXAMPLES:

CAUSATIVE - HAVE --
Have/Has + Someone/Something + Base Form of Verb
Note: This pattern may denote past, present, or future tense based on another verb in the sentence.

Her desire to have me write a memoir only raised my stress level.
We are so blessed to have her sing on one of our songs.
It is one thing to have somebody else ask him about what he has done and it is quite another to have me ask him.
He refused to have investigation officers search his home.

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 "English Daily Use" Titles By Manik Joshi:

01. How to Start a Sentence
02. English Interrogative Sentences
03. English Imperative Sentences
04. Negative Forms in English
05. Learn English Exclamations
06. English Causative Sentences
07. English Conditional Sentences
08. Creating Long Sentences in English
09. How to Use Numbers in Conversation
10. Making Comparisons in English
11. Examples of English Correlatives
12. Interchange of Active and Passive Voice
13. Repetition of Words
14. Remarks in English Language
15. Using Tenses in English
16. English Grammar- Am, Is, Are, Was, Were
17. English Grammar- Do, Does, Did
18. English Grammar- Have, Has, Had
19. English Grammar- Be and Have
20. English Modal Auxiliary Verbs
21. Direct and Indirect Speech
22. Get- Popular English Verb
23. Ending Sentences with Prepositions
24. Popular Sentences in English
25. Common English Sentences
26. Daily Use English Sentences
27. Speak English Sentences Everyday
28. Popular English Idioms and Phrases
29. Common English Phrases
30. Daily English Important Notes


"English Word Power" Titles By Manik Joshi:


01. Dictionary of English Synonyms
02. Dictionary of English Antonyms
03. Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs
04. Dictionary of English Capitonyms
05. Dictionary of Prefixes and Suffixes
06. Dictionary of Combining Forms
07. Dictionary of Literary Words
08. Dictionary of Old-fashioned Words
09. Dictionary of Humorous Words
10. Compound Words in English
11. Dictionary of Informal Words
12. Dictionary of Category Words
13. Dictionary of One-word Substitution
14. Hpernyms and Hyponyms
15. Holonyms and Meronyms
16. Oronym Words in English
17. Dictionary of Root Words
18. Dictionary of English Idioms
19. Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs
20. Dictionary of Difficult Words

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Manik Joshi was born on Jan 26, 1979 at Ranikhet and is permanent resident of Haldwani, Kumaon zone of India. He is an Internet Marketer by profession. He is interested in domaining (business of buying and selling domain names), web designing (creating websites), and various online jobs (including 'self book publishing'). He is science graduate with ZBC (zoology, botany, and chemistry) subjects. He is also an MBA (with specialization in marketing). He has done three diploma courses in computer too. ManikJoshi.com is the personal website of the author.

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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. What are Causative Sentences ? -- In a causative, a person or thing does not perform an action directly. The subject (person or thing) causes it to happen by forcing, persuading, assisting, etc. an agent (another person or thing) to perform it. The subject (person or thing) does not carry out an action oneself but rather has the action done by an agent (another person or thing). - Examples: Faulty design caused a bridge to collapse. Modern lifestyles cause children and adults to spend most of their time indoors. Rain caused water to collect on the road. - She caused needle to run. - Causative verbs - Have, Get, Make, Let, Help - Comparison -- Causative Have has less force and authority than Causative Get . Causative Get has less force and authority than Causative Make - Causative Verb Have -- used to express arrangement/duty/responsibility [Less Forceful]. Causative Verb Get -- used to express encouragement/persuasion. [Forceful]. Causative Verb Make -- used to express compulsion/insistence/requirement [Most Forceful]. Causative Verb Let -- used to express permission. [No Force]. Causative Verb Help -- used to express assistance. [No Force] - Causative Have is more formal than causative Get . In the imperative form, causative Get is more frequent than causative Have . -- Types of Causative Verbs -- Causative structures are of two types - (1). Active in Nature - (Done By Somebody/Something) (2). Passive in Nature - (Done To Somebody/Something) - Passive causatives are used to take attention away from the doer of the action, and give more attention to the action being done. - ALSO NOTE: Have somebody do something is more common in American English. Get somebody to do something is more common in British English. All causative verbs are transitive. - CAUSATIVE VERB - HAVE -- Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure -- Subject + Have (Causative Verb) + Agent (Someone/Something) + Base Form of Verb + Object (Someone/Something) -- Example: I have him take my photograph. (Present). Explanation: I arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. [I cause him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. - Example: I had him take my photograph. (Past) Explanation: I arranged for my photograph to be taken by him. [I caused him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. - Example: I will have him take my photograph. (Future) Explanation: I will arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. [I will cause him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. -- OTHER EXAMPLES: CAUSATIVE - HAVE -- Have/Has + Someone/Something + Base Form of Verb - Note: This pattern may denote past, present, or future tense based on another verb in the sentence. - Her desire to have me write a memoir only raised my stress level. We are so blessed to have her sing on one of our songs. It is one thing to have somebody else ask him about what he has done and it is quite another to have me ask him. He refused to have investigation officers search his home. Seller Inventory # APC9781492741992

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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.What are Causative Sentences ? -- In a causative, a person or thing does not perform an action directly. The subject (person or thing) causes it to happen by forcing, persuading, assisting, etc. an agent (another person or thing) to perform it. The subject (person or thing) does not carry out an action oneself but rather has the action done by an agent (another person or thing). - Examples: Faulty design caused a bridge to collapse. Modern lifestyles cause children and adults to spend most of their time indoors. Rain caused water to collect on the road. - She caused needle to run. - Causative verbs - Have, Get, Make, Let, Help - Comparison -- Causative Have has less force and authority than Causative Get . Causative Get has less force and authority than Causative Make - Causative Verb Have -- used to express arrangement/duty/responsibility [Less Forceful]. Causative Verb Get -- used to express encouragement/persuasion. [Forceful]. Causative Verb Make -- used to express compulsion/insistence/requirement [Most Forceful]. Causative Verb Let -- used to express permission. [No Force]. Causative Verb Help -- used to express assistance. [No Force] - Causative Have is more formal than causative Get . In the imperative form, causative Get is more frequent than causative Have . -- Types of Causative Verbs -- Causative structures are of two types - (1). Active in Nature - (Done By Somebody/Something) (2). Passive in Nature - (Done To Somebody/Something) - Passive causatives are used to take attention away from the doer of the action, and give more attention to the action being done. - ALSO NOTE: Have somebody do something is more common in American English. Get somebody to do something is more common in British English. All causative verbs are transitive. - CAUSATIVE VERB - HAVE -- Structure 1(A) ---- Active Causative Structure -- Subject + Have (Causative Verb) + Agent (Someone/Something) + Base Form of Verb + Object (Someone/Something) -- Example: I have him take my photograph. (Present). Explanation: I arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. [I cause him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. - Example: I had him take my photograph. (Past) Explanation: I arranged for my photograph to be taken by him. [I caused him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. - Example: I will have him take my photograph. (Future) Explanation: I will arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. [I will cause him to take my photograph.] Therefore, this is like active causative structure. -- OTHER EXAMPLES: CAUSATIVE - HAVE -- Have/Has + Someone/Something + Base Form of Verb - Note: This pattern may denote past, present, or future tense based on another verb in the sentence. - Her desire to have me write a memoir only raised my stress level. We are so blessed to have her sing on one of our songs. It is one thing to have somebody else ask him about what he has done and it is quite another to have me ask him. He refused to have investigation officers search his home. Seller Inventory # APC9781492741992

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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 44 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.1in.This Book Has Following Topics: What Are Causative SentencesCausative Sentences - HaveStructure (1 A) ---- Active Causative StructureStructure (1 B) ---- Passive Causative StructureStructure (2 A) ---- Active Causative StructureStructure (2 B) ---- Passive Causative StructureStructure (3 A) ---- Active Causative StructureStructure (3 B) ---- Passive Causative StructureCausative Sentences - MakeStructure (1) - Subject Make Someone Verb WordStructure (2) - Subject Make Something Verb WordMake - Passive StructureCausative Sentences - GetStructure (1) - Get Object InfinitiveStructure (2) - Get Object ParticipleCausative Sentences - LetCausative Sentences - HelpWhat Are Causative SentencesIn a causative, a person does not perform an action directly. The person causes it to happen by forcing another person to do it. Example -She caused needle to run. Hospital caused him to get infected. Modern lifestyles cause children and adults to spend most of their time indoors. MOST IMPORTANT CAUSATIVE VERBSCAUSATIVE - HAVECAUSATIVE - MAKECAUSATIVE - GETCAUSATIVE - LETCAUSATIVE - HELP(Get has less force and authority than MAKE. Have has less force and authority than Get)Types of Causative VerbsCausative structure is of two types - Active in Nature and Passive in NatureActive Causatives1st form of verb is used when something has to do by somebodysomethingShe caused needle to run. 1st Form of run(Thus Causative structure is Active in Nature)Passive Causatives3rd form is used when something is done to somebodysomethingHospital caused him to get infected. 3rd Form of infect(Thus Causative structure is Passive in Nature)Structure (1 A) ---- Active Causative StructureSubject Causative Verb Agent Action Verb In First Form ObjectI have him take my photograph. (Present)Explanation -I arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. I cause him to take my photograph. So this is like active causative structureI had him take my photograph. (Past)Explanation -I arranged for my photograph to be taken by him. I caused him to take my photograph. So this is like active causative structureI will have him take my photograph. (Future)Explanation -I will arrange for my photograph to be taken by him. I will cause him to take my photograph. So this is like active causative structure This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781492741992

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